Middle-earth: Shadow of War Gets New Live Action Commercials

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment released a batch of live action commercials of Middle-earth: Shadow of War for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

on September 13, 2017 9:20 AM

Today Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Monolith Productions released two live actions TV commercials for their upcoming action-RPG Middle-earth: Shadow of War.

The two commercials represent two sides of a possible relationship with an uruk from the game. The first, titled “Eat it Jerry” shows what happens when you can cross them, triggering  a feud that will go on and on.

The second commercial, titled “Not Today, Brian“shows the opposite side, as the player and the orc save each other from certain death.

They may be a bit cheesy, but they’re actually rather nice, and you can check them out below.

This is the fifth tribe revealed with this kind of trailers, as we also saw other videos showing the Dark Tribe the Marauder tribe,  the Terror Tribe, and the Machine tribe.

If you want to see and learn more about the game, start by reading our recent hands-on preview. After that, you can check out another live action teaser trailer, the videos introducing the tribes (the Dark Tribe the Marauder tribe,  the Terror Tribe, the Feral Tribe and the Machine tribe) a large batch of gameplay showing spies and orc dueling pits, another trailer showing how the game’s Executive Producer has been immortalized in the game after passing away a while ago, the the “Orc Tales” trailer released a couple of weeks ago, a video showing how the endgame works, a rather long one showing Cirith Ungol and more of the Terror Tribe,  and even more gameplay showing the marketplace.

The game will launch for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 10th.


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